A to Z index - all terms and descriptions

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Term Short Description
A Decay hazard zone A; least potential for decay. >Read more
A1 High shrinkage >Read more
A2 Variable density, hardness and strength, depending on origin or species >Read more
A3 Gum veins common >Read more
A4 To be painted or protected against the Queensland pine beetle >Read more
A5 Usually knotty >Read more
A6 Included bark is sometimes present >Read more
A7 Finishes sometimes affected by resin bleed >Read more
A8 Latex canals common >Read more
A9 Corrodes ferrous fastenings when wet >Read more
Above-ground decay hazard zones Geographical areas in Queensland are allocated 1 of 4 levels of decay potential for timbers used in above-ground applications. The areas are rationalised to Local Government Area boundaries. >Read more
Advisory code Advisory codes emphasise characteristics of a timber species that might affect performance in some applications. >Read more
Africa Africa >Read more
Ag:A Above-ground decay hazard zone A; least potential for decay. >Read more
Ag:B Above-ground decay hazard zone B; lower potential than zone Ag:C and greater potential than zone Ag:A for above-ground decay. >Read more
Ag:C Above-ground decay hazard zone C; lower potential than zone Ag:D and greater potential than zone Ag:B for above-ground decay. >Read more
Ag:D Above-ground decay hazard zone D; greatest potential for decay. >Read more
All commercial 110 commercially available timbers in Queensland >Read more
Appearance 97 appearance timbers that are most commercially available in Queensland. >Read more
Applications Construction applications with similar environments and conditions of use are grouped into seven (7) applications with a target design life of 5, 15 & 50 years. >Read more